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== Have a question? Check the [[| Dominos wiki]] first! ==

== Dominos is an action bar addon intended to do the following: ==

  • Reuse as much standard blizzard action button code as possible.
  • Contain a relatively minimal feature set
  • Be easy to use
  • Be stable

== It includes the following features: ==

  • 10 action bars, pet, class, menu, and bag bars. Each one has customizable settings for padding, spacing, columns, scale, and opacity.
  • Customizable paging. You can switch pages on: action bar pages, modifier keys, forms, and targeting.
  • Customizable show states. You can tell your bar under which macro options to show.
  • Fading bars. You can set your bars to fade out to a certain opacity when not moused over.
  • The ability to customize showing empty buttons or not
  • Full button facade support
  • Keybound support
  • Sticky frames
  • The ability to move buttons in combat
  • A movable casting bar (optional)
  • A movable roll frame (optional)
  • A movable xp/reputation bar (optional)
  • Configurable right click targeting
  • Configurable self cast key settings
  • Possess bar support

== ...and will probably not end up with the following: ==

  • A stats bar
  • A minimap bar
  • True variable length bars

== Here's how you use it: ==

  • To see the current list of slash commands, type /dom ? or /dominos ?
  • To open up the options menu, either go into interface options, or type /dom
  • To move bars around, either go into the options menu and press the “Enter Config Mode” button, or type /dom lock
  • To bind keys, enter binding mode via /kb or /keybound, or press the “Enter Binding Mode” button in the options menu.

== ...and this is why I wrote it: ==

  • I have significantly less time to code now than I did previously. Dominos is intended to be easier to maintain.
  • I wanted to see how much I could do while maintaining compatibility with the standard action button code.
  • I’m not entirely happy with the direction I took with Bongos3. I added features that I do not see myself using personally, and thus feel that those features will be neglected and bug ridden.

== You can use the following to add extra functionality: ==

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